IPP> HTTP/1.0 in IPP

IPP> HTTP/1.0 in IPP

IPP> HTTP/1.0 in IPP

Larry Masinter masinter at parc.xerox.com
Mon Dec 14 20:51:19 EST 1998


> One way is to use the TELNET program, e.g.:
> 
>     telnet server-name-or-address 80 ENTER
>     GET /index HTTP/1.1 ENTER
>     Host: server-name ENTER
>     ENTER
> 
> If the server doesn't understand or support 1.1, you'll get an error
> message from the server.  Otherwise it'll give you the contents of
> the "index.html" file...


This isn't true. 1.0 servers should respond without any difficulty to
a HTTP/1.1 request. See RFC 2145  I   J. Mogul, R. Fielding, J. Gettys,
H. Nielsen, "Use and interpretation of HTTP version numbers", 05/23/1997.






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